While it is undoubtedly true that modern medicine is more or less able to treat some of the diseases that were previously thought to be incurable, it is also true that ever more complex chemical compounds used in modern pharmacology often cause unpredictable side-effects, which sometimes lead to the development of secondary diseases.
Back in the period during 2000 – 2002, I experimented with few simple HF oscillators/plasma antenna exciters for Rife type of devices. It was a period that Dr James Bare started to do more severe modifications on his CB based systems. During that period new historical documents surfaced, and during our conversations, Aubrey shared enough information to pique my curiosity regarding Beam Ray type of device.
A lot has been written about properties and uses of colloidal (ionic) silver dispersions and various bioactive properties of silver cations (Ag+). General public interest in applications of colloidal ionic silver dispersions (CISD) is quite understandable considering the uses of CISD which are diverse and range from antimicrobial treatments and facilitation of wound healing process to odour prevention in shoes and clothes.
Several years back I got interested in the properties of properly made colloidal (ionic) silver dispersions. First samples I got proved to be efficient in eradicating mould, reducing clothes and shoe odour and in general in proved to be efficient in eradicating microbes. However, I fast noticed that the results sometimes significantly varied between different samples produced according to different described production procedures.
Colloidal Ionic Silver for Open Wounds
Bioactive effects of stable saturated colloidal ionic dispersions on yeast samples, moulds and topic infections in animals and humans are unmistakably more obvious compared to bioactive effects of lower saturation dispersions. Less volume of dispersion is required to achieve same level of efficiency and the process is quicker.
This is a version of Rife Beam Ray device based on publicly known general specifications. We found several available schematics which in our case proved to be inadequate and sometimes contradictory. In reality, classical LC oscillators of Hartley type used in original Rife Beam Ray clinical devices proved to be somewhat unstable and rather sensitive to capacitive coupling with sides of metallic enclosure. In order to facilitate manufacturing of this experimental device we modified existing schematics on several points based on our own calculations and achieved electrically stable and reliable design.